Words matter, especially in job descriptions. And exclusionary words keep diverse talent from applying. Finding these words on your own is tricky (and time-consuming).
One of the best ways to do it is by using a job description bias tool. Here are 4 tools to save you time (and remove the human error element):
1. Ongig Job Description Bias Tool
Ongig flags biased words in your JDs based on gender, race, age, disability, mental health, and more. And the software makes it easy for you to swap biased words with more inclusive ones.